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Copying of most films and videos in our collection

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Also, try consulting these online resources:
Library of Congress Online Catalog to search for some of the films and videos at the Library of Congress.
National Archives Catalog to search for U.S. government films/videos in the public domain.
Internet Movie Database provides information on films including credits, plot summary, box office, and reviews.
Footage.net provides global keyword search capabilities for numerous commercial stock, archival and news footage collections.
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